Come out Wednesday night and watch the Women’s Basketball team take on Northern New Mexico College! The game starts at 6pm!! Let’s show our Grizzly Pride!
NAfME will be having a bake sale on Tuesday, December 1st at the concert in Richardson Hall at 7 p.m. A variety of baked goods will be for sale before and after the event. Come enjoy some great music and grab a treat or two.
Please join us for a night of Classical guitar.
In the final installment of Fall 2015 Lifeways Lecture Series, Dr. Benjamin Waddell will speak to the issues surrounding immigration in his presentation, “Speaking of Immigration…” on Thursday, December 3rd, in McDaniel Hall, Room 101, beginning at 6 p.m.
This lecture is a component of the ASU course, Lifeways of the San Luis Valley, which profiles and celebrates the rich history and diversity within the San Luis Valley. The course and lecture series are made possible through grants from the Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area and Mr. Kenzo Kawanabe of the Boettcher Foundation. The lecture is free and open to the public, as well as, all ASU students, faculty, and staff. Parking is located east of McDaniel Hall. Adams State parking lots do not require permits after 5 p.m. We hope to see everyone there!
Hey you snow bunnies!! We are taking a shuttle this weekend to Wolf Creek!
When: Sunday 12/6/15 Meet at ASAP at 7:00 A.M.
Where: We are leaving from ASAP and going to Wolf Creek
Cost: The shuttle costs $10 per person and the lift ticket costs $43.00.
YOU MUST COME REGISTER AT ASAP TO GET ON THE SHUTTLE!
The Office of Housing & Residence Life is now accepting applications for Resident Assistant (RA) positions for Spring 2016. If you are interested, please contact Mark Pittman, Assistant Director of Housing & Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, a job description, or an application.
World AIDS Day is December 1. Several events on the Adams State University campus during the week will focus on the current status of this disease regarding risk factors, treatment and prevention. Events have been organized with a student demographic in mind. Panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on display in the Mall Court all three days and will include one from the SLV.
Monday, November 30:
A panel discussion will be held at 7:00 p.m. in McDaniel Hall Room 101, moderated by Dr. Mari Centeno. Panelists include a physician specializing in women’s health, a person who has been living with HIV, an ASU counselor whose story represents several diverse perspectives, and an advocate for abstinence.
Tuesday, December 1:
Free HIV/HCV testing from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on the SUB third floor. Testing will be performed by qualified staff from the Southern Colorado AIDS Project. No appointment is needed although there may be a wait time. Results will be immediately available. Testing is open to campus and community.
A candlelight Vigil will be held at the mall court of the SUB on December 1st at 6:00 p.m. Special to the vigil will be a performance by 68 West and the lighting of the memorial candle. Light refreshments to follow.
Informational booths will be on display in the SUB solarium throughout the day with helpful local resources to know about.
For information on local services call Charlotte Ledonne at SLV Area Health Education Center (589-4977).
Come support Adams Atoms this Wednesday, December 2nd from 9am-1pm in Porter Hall. The only place where you can eat any element of your choice! Whether it’s gold or silver, all cupcakes are only $1!
Sorry, unfortunately we do not have any free money to give out, but we do have an event to encourage you to stand up against sexual violence!! Join us December 4th at 6pm in the Hall of Fame room in the Plachy gym for some incredible artwork and stories to be heard from sexual violence survivors. It is on us to RECOGNIZE non-consensual sex as sexual assault, IDENTIFY situations in which sexual assault may occur, INTERVENE in situations where consent has not or cannot be given, and CREATE an environment in which sexual assault is unacceptable and survivors are supported. See you all there Friday at 6pm.
The Student Union Office has building manager positions available. For a job description and application please visit Student Union Office 321. Must be able to work evenings and some weekends.
“As the AIDS epidemic continues beyond three decades, a phenomenon known as ‘HIV prevention fatigue’ has appeared. HIV prevention fatigue is a sense of boredom, disinterest, or weariness when exposed to HIV prevention messages” (Mayeux, MA).
Like other high-risk populations, the Millennial Generation is at great risk of falling victim to a new epidemic which poses to shift attitudes towards HIV in a life-threatening direction. This is the epidemic of ambivalence.
As part of World AIDS Day, a panel of HIV educators and medical experts has been assembled to speak to the mental, physical and even spiritual threats that persist around HIV and AIDS infection. ASU invites you to join the panel discussion Nov. 30th 2015 in McDaniel Hall rm 101.
The Student Life Center and The Loft will be closed from Wednesday, November 25th through Sunday, November 29th and will resume regular hours on Monday, November 30th. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving break!
Nursing and Pre-nursing students are welcome to enroll in Health Care Medical Terminology class for spring 2016. There are still seats available in the course. Contact Dr. Pat Robbins for more information.
Students from all majors are welcome to enroll in Health Care Administration class. This course presents the business side of the medical field and is beneficial for HPPE and Nursing students in particular. For more information contact Dr. Pat Robbins.
Here are the SUB Building Hours for Thanksgiving Break:
Tuesday, Nov 24th 7 am – 8:30 pm
Wednesday, Nov 25th 7 am – 5 pm
Thursday, Nov 26th Building Closed
Friday, Nov 27th Building Closed
Saturday, Nov 28th Building Closed
Sunday, Nov 29th 4 pm – 10 pm